Published October 16 2010
45th Street interchange project in Fargo opensAfter months of continual lane reorganization and construction, the 45th Street and Interstate 94 interchange in Fargo is open.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation announced the finished project Friday morning.
Crews will finish minor electrical work in the next few weeks, so some small lane closures can still be expected.
The reconstruction project added lanes to the bridge over I-94 and auxiliary lanes on I-94 between I-29 and 45th Street. A new northeast loop ramp was also added to the interchange.
The project was intended to improve traffic conditions on 45th Street South. The city of Fargo increased the number of lanes on 45th Street between 26th Avenue South and 52nd Avenue South to accommodate an expected 65 percent increase in traffic by 2030.
The project cost about $7.7 million, with $6 million in federal funds, $663,000 in state funds and $1 million in local funds.